We provide a superior service for the discerning client, where only the very best quality will suffice. This is why many clients, both private and corporate from around the world continue to use Tim’s expertise and experience to produce fine silverware.
British craftsmanship and silverware has been highly respected for many years, which is perhaps why so many major sporting event’s promoters and corporate clients come to the UK to commission pieces of commemorative silver. For a corporate commission or a piece of silverware for a major sporting event, privacy and discretion are vitally important. When you see a large silver trophy flashed across the television screen, there is a very good chance it was made in the UK by skilled craftsmen, but it is equally unlikely that you will ever find out who actually made it.
Computer Aided Design
Computer Aided Design (CAD) works exactly like modelling with clay you have to have the skill set to be able to interpret 2d drawings into the 3d world, with CAD you are just doing it virtually, when the customer is happy you can have the piece printed.
The advantages of CAD include the ability to producing very accurate designs. Drawings can be created in 2D or 3D and rotated and other computer programmes can be linked to the design software. CAD is a type of software that many industries rely on to create drafts and models.
Product development time, product quality, and productivity all improve when using CAD, which translate to reduced manufacturing and product costs.
Before CAD, designers were forced to draw everything by hand. If they wanted to alter the design, they would have to draw the entire thing again. CAD software allows designers to visualise their designs and test them against real-world variables. Should something need to be changed, they can easily alter the same file.